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Nov
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Apache serves PHP file as plain text if %20 is added to the file extension
Nov
30
comment Apache serves PHP file as plain text if %20 is added to the file extension
Approach 1 actually didn't work for me so I went with the rewrite rule for now until I can either find a proper solution or, preferably, update the system to the latest and greatest versions of everything, thanks for the comprehensive answer!
Nov
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Nov
30
comment Apache serves PHP file as plain text if %20 is added to the file extension
Unfortunately I have to stick with PHP 5.2 on this system due to a dependency not being compatible with newer versions :(
Nov
29
comment Apache serves PHP file as plain text if %20 is added to the file extension
It is v5.2 (Zend Engine 2.2 if that makes a difference)
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asked Apache serves PHP file as plain text if %20 is added to the file extension
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